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MVI Marwyn Value Investors Limited

95.50
0.00 (0.00%)
Last Updated: 01:00:00
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Marwyn Value Investors Limited LSE:MVI London Ordinary Share KYG5897M1740 ORD 0.0001P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 95.50 94.00 97.00 95.50 95.50 95.50 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Unit Inv Tr, Closed-end Mgmt 2.05M 2.05M 0.0362 26.38 53.99M
Marwyn Value Investors Limited is listed in the Unit Inv Tr, Closed-end Mgmt sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MVI. The last closing price for Marwyn Value Investors was 95.50p. Over the last year, Marwyn Value Investors shares have traded in a share price range of 77.50p to 102.50p.

Marwyn Value Investors currently has 56,534,848 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Marwyn Value Investors is £53.99 million. Marwyn Value Investors has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 26.38.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/9/2023
11:55
These lot really are a bunch of clowns.

Just use cash to buy back shares, and then hand the rest back to the rightful owners.

Of course they won't do it!

tiltonboy
22/9/2023
11:41
Hopefully they will not participate. Just return some of the cash to shareholders.

Now on offer at 84.8p - 49.5% discount and 10.7% yield. Though as Tilts reminds us - the quarterly dividend is really just being paid from capital.

skyship
22/9/2023
10:25
ZEG may have found a target
hugepants
12/7/2023
22:20
Yep the MVI team are not the sharpest pencils in the case. And ADVT looks like its turning into a holding company for software companies which wasn't the plan.
hugepants
12/7/2023
12:57
Good job the clowns at MVI were put straight on UBG!
tiltonboy
08/6/2023
07:54
ADVT acquisition
hugepants
25/5/2023
11:48
I quite like the prospects for Palmer Street. They will need to weather the recession first but once the cycle turns to growth again from 2025 onwards they should be able to scale up rapidly
makinbuks
10/5/2023
14:31
No probs, I assumed that was it, ADVFN news was later
toffeeman
10/5/2023
12:53
There's rarely value left in a company when a PE fund floats it. Should have been an amber flag at least
makinbuks
10/5/2023
12:40
Its not a great look is it. It was just a few weeks ago they were banging on about the quality of the UBG management.

Back to the drawing board.

hugepants
10/5/2023
10:23
Someone's finally gotten out of bed, had a good stretch, saw this morning's news and scribbled something with their felt pen and released the news to the great unwashed masses...
cwa1
10/5/2023
10:22
Agreed - OK, use that £10m to instead make a capital repayment of 20p to shareholders.
skyship
10/5/2023
08:13
Sorry for not providing the link!
tiltonboy
10/5/2023
08:03
Update re Marwyn proposal, current trading and funding

On 12 April 2023, the Company announced that it was in receipt of a proposal from Marwyn Investment Management LLP ("Marwyn") to provide a £10 million investment via an equity placing at an issue price of 10.5 pence per share (the "Fundraise"). The Company and Marwyn, together with their respective advisers, have spent the subsequent period progressing preparations for the Fundraise.

As referred to in the Company's announcement of 12 April 2023, Marwyn's proposal was put forward on the basis that it was unconditional both as to diligence requirements and as to quantum of additional capital (if any) contributed by existing Unbound shareholders. After carefully considering the merits and conditionality of this proposal against others, the Board elected to expedite the Marwyn proposal.

On 9 May 2023, Marwyn informed the Company that its funding proposal had been withdrawn, citing principally concerns over current trading. As a result, the Board confirms that discussions regarding the Fundraise have been terminated with immediate effect.

cwa1
10/5/2023
07:52
Absolutely clueless...but at least they recognised they were chumps to contemplate it.

As always, give the money back to shareholders, and stop embarrassing yourselves!

tiltonboy
28/4/2023
14:52
As I have said before the so-called dividend is merely a return of YOUR own capital.

Ask yourself when they last made a successful investment. They've made a few duffs subsequently.

I just don't think they are capable. I remain a holder purely on the basis they will see sense and return the funds to the rightful owners

tiltonboy
28/4/2023
09:14
tiltonboy is not an untrustworthy charlatan lol
toffeeman
28/4/2023
07:30
So a 48% discount, 9.85% yield at 92pps, 80pps in cash and a lot of optimism about investments on the one hand - versus untrustworthy charlatans running it (ref tiltonboy) on the other.
value hound
20/4/2023
14:11
Can live with that!
skyship
20/4/2023
14:07
SKYSHIP,

It's not really a dividend, it's a slow return of capital.

tiltonboy
20/4/2023
14:00
And if they continue to pay the current dividend then at 92p the yield a very welcome 9.85%.

Tilts - we both hate Robert Ware; however always a case that at a certain level there is money to be made.

skyship
20/4/2023
13:53
UBG is probably the kind of thing MVI can make work. Does it beat buying back their own shares? No but better than what they are currently doing ie. nothing. Doing diddly squat has resulted in a 45% discount to NAV (mostly cash) so I hope the UBG deal comes off.
hugepants
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